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Make kick-off at Emirates Stadium

Towering over Islington, the Emirates Stadium was built in 2006 to replace Arsenal's former North London home of Highbury. Though plans for a new ground were in the works since the 1990s, construction didn't begin until 2004, with the whole project costing a total of �390million. Today, it's played host to countless Arsenal games and seven international matches, not to mention an enviable roster of the world's biggest music artists.

Exploring the Emirates

Book the Emirates Stadium self-guided audio tour, and you'll get to hear a host of Arsenal stars retell some of their most memorable matchday experiences, all the while looking behind the scenes at the Emirates Stadium, guided by audio and visual handsets. Narrated by football legend Bob Wilson, this tour will take you inside the home and away changing rooms, director's box, players tunnel, pitch side, and many more areas of the grounds. All audio tours include free entry to the Arsenal Museum, and branded Arsenal headphones.

Breakin' Escape Rooms, Islington

Visitors to the Emirates Stadium may want to finish off their day at the Nearby Breakin' Escape Rooms. In this unique experience, you and your party will be locked in a room, and given 60 minutes to figure out how to escape, using teamwork to uncover clues and solve intriguing puzzles. Planning a trip to the Emirates Stadium? Travelodge London Finsbury Park Hotel is an easy 10-minute ride away via the Piccadilly line, and Travelodge London Central Kings Cross is 15 minutes away by car.